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New member! # 877

Charlie Trice, K8IJ <ctrice@...>
 

Greetings all,

We are pleased to welcome our newest member to the PODXS 070 Club:

Member # 877, Rich, AA2NA

Welcome Rich!

The web pages at http://www.podxs070.com have been updated.

Vy 73,

Charlie, K8IJ


A few things...

Charlie Trice, K8IJ <ctrice@...>
 

Greetings all,

I'm surprised none of you have sent in a Guest Editorial for the new web page. Not one person has jumped up on the soapbox to speak their piece. We have a closet full of asbestos suits...

Does anyone have any interest in a PSK31 Field Day gathering in the Cincinnati area? And, to mebbe make it interesting, do y'all have any interest in joining up in "regional" groups for FD operation and having our own little contest between groups?

I appreciate all the great ideas being kicked around recently on the reflector for new awards/endorsements. A lot of crazy ideas come from the Northern Kentucky area and I'm glad to see others are also interested in new "stuff". You might, just might, see something "soon".

Vy 73,

Charlie, K8IJ


Re: We should QSY from 3.580.

Chuck Kovacs
 

ya got my vote. they are supper loud in NJ. I can hear them ground wave on 10m from my qth.

n2eoc chuck

--- On Fri, 3/13/09, John E. Gercken <aa9uf.gercken@gmail.com> wrote:

From: John E. Gercken <aa9uf.gercken@gmail.com>
Subject: [070] We should QSY from 3.580.
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Date: Friday, March 13, 2009, 10:06 AM






Ladies and Gentlemen:

I don't know when 3.580 was established as an unofficial calling frequency on 80 meters for PSKers, but we really should QSY at least 5 KHz away from there. W1AW uses that frequency to broadcast news bulletins on CW and RTTY and really tears up the band when they do that. If I am even 3000 Hz away from them, I can't carry on a QSO using any digital mode. I suggest we move to 3.585 or something. I complained to the ARRL just because I was miffed that they should be blasting so loudly, but then I realized it is easier to get a mouse to move than an elephant. What say you?

73,

John, AA9UF
















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We should QSY from 3.580.

John E. Gercken <aa9uf.gercken@...>
 

Ladies and Gentlemen:

I don't know when 3.580 was established as an unofficial calling frequency on 80 meters for PSKers, but we really should QSY at least 5 KHz away from there. W1AW uses that frequency to broadcast news bulletins on CW and RTTY and really tears up the band when they do that. If I am even 3000 Hz away from them, I can't carry on a QSO using any digital mode. I suggest we move to 3.585 or something. I complained to the ARRL just because I was miffed that they should be blasting so loudly, but then I realized it is easier to get a mouse to move than an elephant. What say you?

73,

John, AA9UF


Re: An Idea for a New Award

kc2qfr <kc2qfr@...>
 

I think the Lighthouse award is a great idea; Encourages activating lighthouses everywhere on psk. Also consider a PSK activity/award for lighthouse week. Last year my club activated a lighthouse for about 6 hours, which was our first. We had two stations. Mine on PSK and other on CW & SSB. 73 de Fred KC2QFR in the New York Hudson River Valley.

--- In 070@yahoogroups.com, "Chris Saunders" <c_saunders@...> wrote:

I regularly operate /P from English lighthouse ENG 174 but until recently my old Heathkit SB 102 was not exactly suitable for PSK working. However now I have an "up to date" FT 757 MK1 !!!!!
Watch out for me sometime on 14.070 ish.
73
Chris
G4ZCS

----- Original Message -----
From: Justin Mattes--KC2GIK
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thursday, March 12, 2009 5:56 PM
Subject: Re: [070] An Idea for a New Award


As many of you know besides being an 070 member I am also a member of
the Amateur Radio Lighthouse Society. We have been trying to get the
awards manager over there to issue awards for contacting lighthouses and
ARLHS members via PSK. Right now I have nine confirmed lighthouse
contacts on PSK-31. Maybe there should be an award for working or
activating lighthouses?
Justin, KC2GIK

Todd Shoemake wrote:
>
> How about working 70 unique callsigns on each mode. 70 on PSK31, 70 on
> PSK63 and 70 on PSK125, 210 contacts and not a one callsign repeated. It
> could run for a full year, say from April Fools Day 09 to April Fools
> Day 10. Would definitely get some folks using a few of these modes we
> don't see very often. I'll donate to the cause to pay for awards and
> postage and what not.
>
> Todd
> NØKMA
>
> Laurie, VK3AMA wrote:
> >
> >
> > Hi Bob,
> >
> > Interesting idea. Unfortunately, I don't like it. For us non-US based
> > Hams, WAS is very difficult at the best of times (I still need ND for
> > WAS-LOTW). WAS on 3 modes would make it extremely difficult to obtain.
> > With the increasing numbers of non-US Hams joining the Club, I think an
> > award that wasn't so biased like a 070-Triple-Play-WAS would be more
> > suitable. What that award could be, I have no ideas. Hopefully your
> > suggestion will get those who have a more creative mind to offer
> some ideas.
> >
> > My 2cents
> > de Laurie, VK3AMA
> >
>
>




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New Contests & Operating Activities

sly_garb <w6qe@...>
 

Guys & Gals,
I enjoy contests, chasing wall paper and on the air operating activities. It just seems that I can't pass up a pile up, whether it's at 14.070 or 14.001. We have a great group of members and most are very active.

We also have a nice full calendar of activities. Could we have more? Sure we could. (My YL thinks there's something every weekend anyway) A major consideration is our group's Staff. There are only a few carrying the administrative burden for all 876 of us members.

Members, please consider this when suggesting activities. Are you willing to step up and volunteer your time and effort to back your suggestions?

It isn't my intent to scold anyone, or discourage new idea's for operating activities.

My $.02 worth.
Milton
W6QE


Re: An Idea for a New Award

Chris Saunders <c_saunders@...>
 

I regularly operate /P from English lighthouse ENG 174 but until recently my old Heathkit SB 102 was not exactly suitable for PSK working. However now I have an "up to date" FT 757 MK1 !!!!!
Watch out for me sometime on 14.070 ish.
73
Chris
G4ZCS

----- Original Message -----
From: Justin Mattes--KC2GIK
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thursday, March 12, 2009 5:56 PM
Subject: Re: [070] An Idea for a New Award


As many of you know besides being an 070 member I am also a member of
the Amateur Radio Lighthouse Society. We have been trying to get the
awards manager over there to issue awards for contacting lighthouses and
ARLHS members via PSK. Right now I have nine confirmed lighthouse
contacts on PSK-31. Maybe there should be an award for working or
activating lighthouses?
Justin, KC2GIK

Todd Shoemake wrote:
>
> How about working 70 unique callsigns on each mode. 70 on PSK31, 70 on
> PSK63 and 70 on PSK125, 210 contacts and not a one callsign repeated. It
> could run for a full year, say from April Fools Day 09 to April Fools
> Day 10. Would definitely get some folks using a few of these modes we
> don't see very often. I'll donate to the cause to pay for awards and
> postage and what not.
>
> Todd
> NØKMA
>
> Laurie, VK3AMA wrote:
> >
> >
> > Hi Bob,
> >
> > Interesting idea. Unfortunately, I don't like it. For us non-US based
> > Hams, WAS is very difficult at the best of times (I still need ND for
> > WAS-LOTW). WAS on 3 modes would make it extremely difficult to obtain.
> > With the increasing numbers of non-US Hams joining the Club, I think an
> > award that wasn't so biased like a 070-Triple-Play-WAS would be more
> > suitable. What that award could be, I have no ideas. Hopefully your
> > suggestion will get those who have a more creative mind to offer
> some ideas.
> >
> > My 2cents
> > de Laurie, VK3AMA
> >
>
>




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Re: An Idea for a New Award

Justin Mattes--KC2GIK
 

As many of you know besides being an 070 member I am also a member of the Amateur Radio Lighthouse Society. We have been trying to get the awards manager over there to issue awards for contacting lighthouses and ARLHS members via PSK. Right now I have nine confirmed lighthouse contacts on PSK-31. Maybe there should be an award for working or activating lighthouses?
Justin, KC2GIK

Todd Shoemake wrote:


How about working 70 unique callsigns on each mode. 70 on PSK31, 70 on
PSK63 and 70 on PSK125, 210 contacts and not a one callsign repeated. It
could run for a full year, say from April Fools Day 09 to April Fools
Day 10. Would definitely get some folks using a few of these modes we
don't see very often. I'll donate to the cause to pay for awards and
postage and what not.

Todd
N�KMA

Laurie, VK3AMA wrote:


Hi Bob,

Interesting idea. Unfortunately, I don't like it. For us non-US based
Hams, WAS is very difficult at the best of times (I still need ND for
WAS-LOTW). WAS on 3 modes would make it extremely difficult to obtain.
With the increasing numbers of non-US Hams joining the Club, I think an
award that wasn't so biased like a 070-Triple-Play-WAS would be more
suitable. What that award could be, I have no ideas. Hopefully your
suggestion will get those who have a more creative mind to offer
some ideas.

My 2cents
de Laurie, VK3AMA


Re: An Idea for a New Award

ROY PINKSTON <roywq9z@...>
 

VK3AMA/LAURIE. How abt we have an award for working call area's and numbers. For examples. 1- 0 and A - Z. VK3AMA would be  3 - A. WQ9Z would be   9 - Z. would take
260 qso's to fill the board and would sure keep everyone busy chasing callsigns. No expiration. Fair to everone, since we would be looking for numbers and letters and not prefixes. Not my idea played it before on another club.  Best 73's/Roy/WQ9Z

--- On Wed, 3/11/09, Laurie, VK3AMA <groups4@vk3ama.com> wrote:

From: Laurie, VK3AMA <groups4@vk3ama.com>
Subject: Re: [070] An Idea for a New Award
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Date: Wednesday, March 11, 2009, 11:12 PM






Hi Bob,

Interesting idea. Unfortunately, I don't like it. For us non-US based
Hams, WAS is very difficult at the best of times (I still need ND for
WAS-LOTW). WAS on 3 modes would make it extremely difficult to obtain.
With the increasing numbers of non-US Hams joining the Club, I think an
award that wasn't so biased like a 070-Triple-Play- WAS would be more
suitable. What that award could be, I have no ideas. Hopefully your
suggestion will get those who have a more creative mind to offer some ideas.

My 2cents
de Laurie, VK3AMA

kb2vmg wrote:
By most accounts the ARRL's Triple Play Award has stimulated a lot of activity on the bands, especially during recent contests. The Award's success has gotten me thinking that a similar award program might be a great way to stir up greater interest in our group, while introducing a little modal diversity (that is, get more folks active on the air with the two lesser used PSK flavors, PSK 63 and PSK 125).

Why not a 070 Triple Play Award which would recognize members who have earned their WAS in all three LoTW-supported PSK flavors, 31, 63 and 125. Or if we don't want to deal with the WAS program and its rules, recognize a member with the Triple Play Award upon proof of QSOs with hams in all fifty states in each of the same three PSK flavors.

Bob
KB2VMG



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this weekend EA PSK31 CONTEST

EB4Z
 

Hey all:

This weekend EA PSK31 CONTEST:


*EA PSK31 CONTEST 2009 *



Sponsored by Unión de Radioaficionados Españoles (URE). The manager of the
contest is

EA4ZB.

*Participants: *Any licensed amateur station.

*Date: *2nd full weekend of March, from 16:00 UTC Saturday till 16:00 UTC
Sunday (March 14-15, 2009).

*Mode: *BPSK31.

*Bands: *10, 15, 20, 40 and 80 meters, according to IARU Region 1 band plan.


*Classes*:

1) Single operator all band EA.

2) Single operator single band EA. (One band is only allowed during the
contest).

3) Single operator all band non-EA.

4) Single operator single band non-EA. (One band is only allowed during the
contest).

5) Multioperator EA, only all bands.

6) Multioperator non EA, only all bands.

*NOTES: *

a) The use of cluster is allowed for all classes, but it is not allowed
self-spotting.

b) In the single operator categories only one signal is allowed in the air.

c) In the multioperator categories only one signal is allowed by band.

*Contest call: *"CQ EA TEST".

*Valid contacts: *Any station can be contacted during the contest. Every
station can be contacted once per band.

The points and/or multipliers derived from UNIQUE QSOs will be NOT valid.

*Exchange*: *Spanish stations*: RST + Province code (see below).

The foreign stations that transmit from the Spanish territory will be
considered as EA stations.

*DX stations*: RST + QSO number starting with 001. Multi-operator stations,
if used multi TX, shall report separate serials per band starting with 001.

*Scoring: *

On 10, 15 and 20 meters, one (1) point for QSO within own continent, and two
(2) points for QSO outside own continent.

On 40 and 80 m, three (3) points for QSO within own continent, and six (6)
points for QSO outside own continent.

*Multipliers: *

- EADX100 entities.

- Spanish Provinces.

- USA, Canada, Japan and Australia call areas (VE3, VE6, W5, JA1...).

*NOTES: *

1) Each multiplier counts once per band.

2) The first QSO with W, VE, JA and VK stations, on each band, counts for
two multipliers

(EADX100 entity + call area)

3) The first QSO with EA, EA6, EA8 and EA9 stations, on each band, counts
for two multipliers

(EADX100 entity + Province).

*Final score*: Total QSO points by total multipliers in all bands.

*Prizes*: Trophy to the winner in each class and certificate for the second
and third places in each class, if the valid QSO number is higher than 50.

*Logs: *All logs should be submitted in Cabrillo format via Internet to the
following E-mail address: *psk31@ure.es. *

Logs should be sent as an e-mail attachment, not in the text of the e-mail,
and the filename for the log should be *yourcall.log*.

*Deadline: *All entries must be e-mailed by March 31th, 2009. Logs lately
received will not be considered to any effect.



*SPANISH PROVINCE CODE *

A – Alicante AB – Albacete AL – Almería AV –
Ávila B – Barcelona

BA – Badajoz BI – Vizcaya BU – Burgos C –
Coruña CA – Cádiz

CC – Cáceres CE – Ceuta CO – Córdoba CR –
Ciudad Real CS – Castellón

CU – Cuenca GC – Las Palmas GI – Girona GR –
Granada GU – Guadalajara

H – Huelva HU – Huesca IB – I. Baleares J –
Jaén L – Lleida

LE – León LO – La Rioja LU – Lugo M
– Madrid MA – Málaga

ML – Melilla MU – Murcia NA – Navarra O –
Asturias OU – Ourense

P – Palencia PO – Pontevedra S – Cantabria SA –
Salamanca SE – Sevilla

SG – Segovia SO – Soria SS – Guipúzcoa T –
Tarragona TE – Teruel

TF – SC Tenerife TO – Toledo V – Valencia VA –
Valladolid VI – Álava

Z – Zaragoza ZA – Zamora


--
73 de Joaquin, EA4ZB


Re: An Idea for a New Award

Todd Shoemake <n0kma@...>
 

How about working 70 unique callsigns on each mode. 70 on PSK31, 70 on PSK63 and 70 on PSK125, 210 contacts and not a one callsign repeated. It could run for a full year, say from April Fools Day 09 to April Fools Day 10. Would definitely get some folks using a few of these modes we don't see very often. I'll donate to the cause to pay for awards and postage and what not.

Todd
N�KMA

Laurie, VK3AMA wrote:

Hi Bob,
Interesting idea. Unfortunately, I don't like it. For us non-US based
Hams, WAS is very difficult at the best of times (I still need ND for
WAS-LOTW). WAS on 3 modes would make it extremely difficult to obtain.
With the increasing numbers of non-US Hams joining the Club, I think an
award that wasn't so biased like a 070-Triple-Play-WAS would be more
suitable. What that award could be, I have no ideas. Hopefully your
suggestion will get those who have a more creative mind to offer some ideas.
My 2cents
de Laurie, VK3AMA


Re: An Idea for a New Award

Laurie, VK3AMA <groups4@...>
 

Hi Bob,

Interesting idea. Unfortunately, I don't like it. For us non-US based Hams, WAS is very difficult at the best of times (I still need ND for WAS-LOTW). WAS on 3 modes would make it extremely difficult to obtain. With the increasing numbers of non-US Hams joining the Club, I think an award that wasn't so biased like a 070-Triple-Play-WAS would be more suitable. What that award could be, I have no ideas. Hopefully your suggestion will get those who have a more creative mind to offer some ideas.

My 2cents
de Laurie, VK3AMA


kb2vmg wrote:

By most accounts the ARRL's Triple Play Award has stimulated a lot of activity on the bands, especially during recent contests. The Award's success has gotten me thinking that a similar award program might be a great way to stir up greater interest in our group, while introducing a little modal diversity (that is, get more folks active on the air with the two lesser used PSK flavors, PSK 63 and PSK 125).
Why not a 070 Triple Play Award which would recognize members who have earned their WAS in all three LoTW-supported PSK flavors, 31, 63 and 125. Or if we don't want to deal with the WAS program and its rules, recognize a member with the Triple Play Award upon proof of QSOs with hams in all fifty states in each of the same three PSK flavors.

Bob
KB2VMG



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An Idea for a New Award

kb2vmg
 

By most accounts the ARRL's Triple Play Award has stimulated a lot of activity on the bands, especially during recent contests. The Award's success has gotten me thinking that a similar award program might be a great way to stir up greater interest in our group, while introducing a little modal diversity (that is, get more folks active on the air with the two lesser used PSK flavors, PSK 63 and PSK 125).

Why not a 070 Triple Play Award which would recognize members who have earned their WAS in all three LoTW-supported PSK flavors, 31, 63 and 125. Or if we don't want to deal with the WAS program and its rules, recognize a member with the Triple Play Award upon proof of QSOs with hams in all fifty states in each of the same three PSK flavors.

Bob
KB2VMG


Re: Curious About Comb Pattern in My Waterfall

John E. Gercken <aa9uf.gercken@...>
 

China has an Over-The-Horizon radar system that is causing major problems for hams in Japan. This might be the source.

73,

John Gercken, AA9UF
Bellflower, IL
070# 845


Re: Curious About Comb Pattern in My Waterfall

Eric Fitzgerald <eric@...>
 

Thanks for the replies, guys. I think I'll put the headphone on and listen to it next time is see it strong. I'm used to radar on 70cm here as we are secondary users there. I know what it sounds like. Hmm, maybe even I will try feeding into DM780 from UHF next time I hear it there and see if it looks the same.

73 de Eric KG6MZS

On Mar 10, 2009, at 3:15 PM, Chris Saunders wrote:

Here in the UK this is a regular phenonomen, and can be seen on most bands.
The likely culprit is "over the horizon " Radar. Transmitted by some anti-social government somewhere that doesn't care about band allocations!
Cheers all
Chris
G4ZCS

----- Original Message -----
From: Mike Flowers
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, March 10, 2009 9:08 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Curious About Comb Pattern in My Waterfall

Hi Eric,

I've seen the same sort of signal at my QTH in San Jose, CA, but I have no
idea what the source might be.

On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 2:01 PM, Eric Fitzgerald <eric@hollywoodtitle.com>wrote:

> Hello All;
>
> I am not from a technical background so I was wondering where the
comb
> pattern that I see occasionally in my waterfall comes from. I assume
> it is some kind of noise or interference. It only seems to show up
> when the band is pretty dead.
>
> Anyone know?
>
> TIA
>
> 73 de Eric KG6MZS
>
>
>

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Re: Curious About Comb Pattern in My Waterfall

Chris Saunders <c_saunders@...>
 

Here in the UK this is a regular phenonomen, and can be seen on most bands.
The likely culprit is "over the horizon " Radar. Transmitted by some anti-social government somewhere that doesn't care about band allocations!
Cheers all
Chris
G4ZCS

----- Original Message -----
From: Mike Flowers
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, March 10, 2009 9:08 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Curious About Comb Pattern in My Waterfall


Hi Eric,

I've seen the same sort of signal at my QTH in San Jose, CA, but I have no
idea what the source might be.

On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 2:01 PM, Eric Fitzgerald <eric@hollywoodtitle.com>wrote:

> Hello All;
>
> I am not from a technical background so I was wondering where the comb
> pattern that I see occasionally in my waterfall comes from. I assume
> it is some kind of noise or interference. It only seems to show up
> when the band is pretty dead.
>
> Anyone know?
>
> TIA
>
> 73 de Eric KG6MZS
>
>
>

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Re: Curious About Comb Pattern in My Waterfall

Mike Flowers
 

Hi Eric,

I've seen the same sort of signal at my QTH in San Jose, CA, but I have no
idea what the source might be.

On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 2:01 PM, Eric Fitzgerald <eric@hollywoodtitle.com>wrote:

Hello All;

I am not from a technical background so I was wondering where the comb
pattern that I see occasionally in my waterfall comes from. I assume
it is some kind of noise or interference. It only seems to show up
when the band is pretty dead.

Anyone know?

TIA

73 de Eric KG6MZS


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73 de Mike, K6MKF


Curious About Comb Pattern in My Waterfall

Eric Fitzgerald <eric@...>
 

Hello All;

I am not from a technical background so I was wondering where the comb pattern that I see occasionally in my waterfall comes from. I assume it is some kind of noise or interference. It only seems to show up when the band is pretty dead.

Anyone know?

TIA

73 de Eric KG6MZS


Re: ZL7T Hole 13

Scott Long
 

If someone can get a message to them that 0600-1200z is prime time on 30 &
40 meters for the east coast.



Scott, K8SM



_____

From: 070@yahoogroups.com [mailto:070@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Rick
Scott
Sent: Monday, March 09, 2009 10:14 PM
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Subject: RE: [070] Re: ZL7T Hole 13



1 more day, till 11th 0200Z

Im looking on 20 right now, and dropping to 30 on occasion. I dont hear
Bupkis.

--- On Mon, 3/9/09, Scott Long <k8sm@windstream.
<mailto:k8sm%40windstream.net> net> wrote:

From: Scott Long <k8sm@windstream. <mailto:k8sm%40windstream.net> net>
Subject: RE: [070] Re: ZL7T Hole 13
To: 070@yahoogroups. <mailto:070%40yahoogroups.com> com
Date: Monday, March 9, 2009, 7:01 PM

Tks Laurie, I was not at home, that's my luck!! How much longer will they

be there??

Scott, K8SM

_____

From: 070@yahoogroups. com [mailto:070@yahoogroups. com] On Behalf Of
Laurie,

VK3AMA

Sent: Monday, March 09, 2009 7:54 PM

To: 070@yahoogroups. com

Subject: Re: [070] Re: ZL7T Hole 13

Hi Scott,

Looks like they have started PSK operations. They have been spotted on 30M.

Nothing on my waterfall however.

Good Luck, de Laurie, VK3AMA

--- In 070@yahoogroups. <mailto:070% 40yahoogroups. com> com, "Laurie,
VK3AMA" <groups4@... > wrote:

As soon as I see them on psk I will post a message here.
Good luck. de Laurie, VK3AMA
Somehow I don't think they are going to do PSK now. They are down 1
Transmitter and seem to be focusing on CW.

Sigh back to hoping for McMurdo or some other ZL7/C group.
Scotty W7PSK


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Version: 8.0.237 / Virus Database: 270.11.9/1992 - Release Date: 03/09/09
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